After Sacco and Vanzetti are convicted of murder, their lawyers file a series of appeals. Many in the public are convinced that the two men were convicted because they are self-confessed anarchists, and not because of the evidence presented at their trial.
Presented by The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, this progam pays homage the history of Washington's steadfastness against all odds. In December of 1776 with no victories and sagging morale, things looked bleak for Washington and his men. But the capture of suspected Tory spy John Honeyman provided the edge that was needed to change the course of the war. This taped special bore the advertisement "It was tar and feathers for the "traitor" who claimed to know George Washington!"